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In 2015, someone was wrong on the Internet. To prove a point, I started teaching people how to prototype electronics. By now, I've taken thousands of people from zero to one boards built, and I think I've proved my point. Building electronic prototypes is easy. It has to be, because machines have to do it, and machines are terrible at what they do and have no idea when they've done it wrong. Humans can do better, more precise, and often faster. It just takes a bit of technique, a bit of practice, and a lot of courage. I'll take you through it, show you some fancy boards prototyped that way, and try to give you the confidence to attempt prototyping your own designs.